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Bored at work and wishing you could find work you love?

Around the holidays, we get to reflect on how grateful we are for all the blessings we have in life. One of the blessings in my life is what I do – I have a career that I love with a lifestyle that matches it. But finding a career I love didn’t come overnight, or easily. In fact, it took years, when it could have taken mere weeks or months.

But I’m glad to have gone through the process, because it brought me to where I am now.

As some of you know, I faced a challenge you or a loved one may be going through right now: dragging to work every day to a job that’s boring and unfulfilling. Mine was a good job, with a great salary and benefits, but it didn’t engage me or make use of my talents. It was not my definition of “success”.

I could not figure out what else to do instead and, as the years dragged on, I had more and more days where I wanted to crawl out of my body and send it to work without me.

Until one day I had an unexpected breakthrough. The pieces fell into place and I realized the answer had been in front of me all along. I just hadn’t known where to look.

Fast forward to now, where I get to do what I love every day and feel so blessed to be able to share my passion and my breakthrough process with so many others. I love helping people discover their career passion. It’s why I created The Passionate Professional Program. I want to help you have a career and life you love!

With that in mind, I’m going to be doing something in the next few weeks that I’ve never done before here on the blog. I’m going to be sharing much of the exact process I teach in my Passionate Professional Program with you. I want to help you actually love going to work!

Do you feel bored and unfulfilled but don’t know what to do about it? Tune in.
Are you lost on your career path but don’t know what’s next? Tune in.
Are you ready to make a change in your career? Tune in.
Want to do work you love? Tune in. 

What do you think?

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Success Stories

Bev Rickher, Operations Program Manager
Aruba Networks

Success Story: “My association with Jane goes back well before coaching became a household word. It was always clear that she had a genuine gift for guiding people to their own truth and self discovery.

I can honestly say that every major breakthrough in my life—career, relationships, self image—was due entirely to my genuine commitment to change and Jane’s intuitive ability to direct me through the confused tangle of what I thought I wanted to a clear understanding of my true desire, offering tools to shift that seed of desire into a reality. How fortunate that coaching has emerged into a field where Jane has been able to extend her masterful art to all those who seek a catalyst for change and a clearer understanding of self.”